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Apr 22nd 2011 10:56PM My old cat Hunter who was a British Blue used to head bunt me especially in the morning when I was in bed, I always thought it was because he wanted to have his breakfast. He knew I went to work every morning and I would get my coat out and he would sit on it and wouldn't get off till I took him off. I guess he figured if I couldn't put on my coat I wouldn't go anywhere! He lived for 21 years, out lasted all my jobs, all my relationships. He was the best little someone in my life ever, and I will always miss him and his ways.
Mar 22nd 2011 3:38AM Wow, whatever happened to just saying "No thankyou." I'm sure she would have been provided with an alternative meal. I honestly don't know how people think anymore.
Nov 30th 2010 9:08AM Why can't we put a more positive spin on this and say that this is the most peaceful time in history? Nothing bad happened that day. How good is that? Why is that not a good thing? No one died in a big plane crash, no political coos, nothing nefarious afoot that one day in history. Nice to know there was one really nice day for everybody on April 11, 1954 all over most of the earth. That's not a yawner, that's really amazing when you think about it.
Nov 17th 2010 11:28PM I remember at one time that the public schools didn't do all this social engineering. They used to teach the three R's . I think if we got back to that premise we wouldn't have all these side issues to deal with and thereby promote the hard facts and knowledge that our young people need in order to make it in this world. If you make every little thing an issue, I fail to understand how these students are learning the things they really need to. I think it's time to stop putting condoms on bananas, stop holding hands on multi cultural day, stop giving out stickers because you know how to write a story even though it's poorly spelled, or written. STOP IT! Our kids are sinking into all these side issues, that by the way, it should be the parent's job to social engineer their child, that's what is called being a PARENT! If common sense can rein again, get back to basics we can turn this world around for the better!!!
Sep 24th 2010 1:33AM It would also be nice if landlords would give a heads up on who lives next door to you. I moved into one apt and next door were drug dealers. Of course their strung out clients would mistake my door for theirs and I used to get the most strangest people knocking on my door all hours of the night! You can't tell me the landlord didn't know about what was going on, it was so obvious after living there a week. At least renters also should have some sort of protection. I wanted to move out after a few weeks there, but in no way would I be compensated for that, although I really should have been. Takes your chances in this world, that's for sure.
Sep 22nd 2010 4:14AM He did what any normal man would do, defend his child and defend his family. I know that it's not cool to be a man and anything masculine is not even admired anymore. Well, I admire it, and he shouldn't have been ashamed in the first place to do what any normal man would have done, or even has duty to do. If I had a husband , I would expect no less from him. It's his job to protect his child, job done, and he did it very well. To all you parents who little snot nose bullys are so offended, or so scared, oh well, what goes around , come s around.At least they got a taste of their own medicine! Good for you dad, you did the right thing.
Sep 22nd 2010 2:10AM Oh, grow up, he just had to scare them, it won't kill them. A good healthy scare goes a long way. All you liberal types think if you make a child afraid of you it will scar them for life, it doesn't.
Sep 21st 2010 10:40PM I don't blame him one bit. I also know that often when a child is a bully the parents are just as bad or they are so convinced that their child is like a perfect angel and could never do such a thing no matter how much evidence there is. You also have to take into account that his daughter is handicapped and the parents urge to protect has got to be more stronger than usual. I don't care how ugly he got, no one got hurt, and I hope he scared the you know what out of these brats. People, please, take time to educate your children , everyone is not going to be just like them, everyone is different, everyone is special, and we are all God's children. He was also being a man and doing what he felt he needed to do to protect his child, his family. If I had a husband I would expect no less from him.
Sep 21st 2010 10:21PM Good news, according to the talking heads on all the news casts the last few days, the recession is over! Thanks to Obama we are living in the land of plenty, good thing everyone voted for him!!!!! So let her borrow all she wants, according to Obama there's more to come.